Meet The Puppies Training To Be Service Dogs

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Meet the good boys and good girls of Doggie Do Good, a service dog training school in Arroyo Grande, CA. Follow as the dogs go through the training basics and begin to learn the extraordinary skills that make them heroes. We also meet a family of Puppy Raisers, one of the most crucial (and underappreciated) steps in raising service dogs.

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62 Comments on “Meet The Puppies Training To Be Service Dogs”

  1. I feel like i’m watching a Too Cute episode but instead they are training puppies to be service dogs

  2. 1- Luke
    2-Remmy
    3-Kaya
    4-Mr Pip
    5-Deacon
    6-Sandy (the owner of doggy do good)
    7-Benili
    8-Cleo
    9-Tank
    0-Mercy
    Which puppy are you most like

    1. Mallory Kane #someonewhosjealousthattheycanspellandtheycantsotheycallanicehumanbeingwhosimplycorrectedonewordandbtwthecorrecttermisgrammarpoliceagrammarnaziissomeonewhoincludespunctuationcapitalsandspellingsocalmdown

    2. #was there really a point of correcting her English other than being annoying as heck, it’s not like they don’t know the difference, but mistakes happen

  3. This looks like a Netflix reality show. They keep saying, “Who will graduate? Who will flunk out?” I can just imagine it…”Doggy Do Good High.” 😂

  4. Thank you for this. As a service dog handler myself, I really appreciate it. A lot of people don’t understand the time, blood, sweat, tears, and money that are put into these dogs. I hope this video will help the public to be a little more educated on this topic. Maybe even less people will take their untrained pet and try to disguise him as a service dog! And hopefully they’ll learn to not distract service dogs as well.

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